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Oct
15
comment Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
@jmoreno - Saw both, but I think Quirk Parity fits this best, as I don't necessarily mean bugs, but also potentially weird UX, etc. Although, one may consider those bugs.
Oct
15
comment Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
Perfect, "quirk parity" is exactly what this is.
Oct
15
accepted Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
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asked Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
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Jun
19
comment Should I have different automated Selenium tests for different screen resolutions?
In the name of maintainability and KISS, you'd probably not want multiple tests, unless that ends up being impossible due to the way you set up your DOM and responsiveness.
Jun
19
comment Enforcing organizational standards for software in Scrum
The lead should probably let the developer know what the larger picture is, first of all. Is proper security part of the definition of done? Then the team member is violating the principles the team has set before themselves. Also, that part of the Scrum guide isn't terribly related to implementation and technical quality. Review processes, with two way feedback, should be in place.
Jun
19
answered Enforcing organizational standards for software in Scrum
Jun
17
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
@Giorgio - that's a fair question. I guess I am not terribly sure. I'd be welcome to hearing answers for any sort of set up. I'm sure that this can differ from SDLC to SDLC.
Jun
17
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
What doesn't really happen? I'm not inferring that there are any walls here other than team focus. Traditionally, in agile methodologies, teams are split up by products and focus on a particular suite of products. I have also seen teams split by architecture tier, where the "web-service team" writes the web services, and the "web team" writes the client-side pieces, etc, etc. I do not think this question is about business process. It is about how these aforementioned team structures affect the SDLC.
Jun
17
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Jun
17
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
Let's make these assumptions (that I will also update the question with). Organization B has fostered an environment of full-stack developers. Organization A teams, over time, have become more specialized in their work rather than truly full-stack.
Jun
17
asked What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
May
28
comment Versioning Strategy for Service Interfaces JAR
Have the CI job build on code-commit (assuming you want to version every time any code is changed). You don't necessarily need to MD5 in that way. You can also use the CI build number for uniqueness and incremental value.
May
27
comment Where do the responsibilities of build tools end and those of CI tools start?
I think you may be right on the duplicate - thanks, @gnat.
May
27
revised Where do the responsibilities of build tools end and those of CI tools start?
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May
27
asked Where do the responsibilities of build tools end and those of CI tools start?
May
22
comment Javascript, JQuery and now AngularJS What is happening?
I was trying to keep it a bit more vague and agnostic to the frameworks mentioned, but I guess that's probably not great for an answer. I probably could provide some specific examples, but I think you have already addressed that better than I could have in your answer :)
May
22
answered Javascript, JQuery and now AngularJS What is happening?